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May 8, 2020: Germany-wide protest & strike against racism!

Germany. A call for a Germany-wide strike against racism and anti-Semitism, inspired by the >>Ramazan Avcı initiative<< in the speech commemorating the victims of racist terror in Hanau.

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Speech by migrants from #Dresden about the events in #Hanau: Moral pacifism is no longer an option when Nazis take armed action against migrants

Germany. Speech by migrants from Dresden on the events in Hanau; held on 20.02.2020. (arabic below).

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#Wuppertal: Come to the Osterholz forest occupation on February 29th!

Wuppertal-Vohwinkel/Haan-Gruiten. German territory. On Wednesday, February 19, we worked on an invitation text for a party on February 29. We wanted to celebrate the end of the logging season and thus the preservation of the Osterholz forest until at least 01.10.2020. But while we were writing, the first news from Hanau came in. We stopped writing. We didn’t feel like celebrating anymore!

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First reaction after far right attack in #Hanau,#Germany

Hanau. Germany. The assassin in Hanau, who shot several people in cold blood, is a far-right extremist. Tobias R. reveals crude anti-semitic, satanist, racist and anti-American conspiracy theories in a 1:42 video in English. What follows is a first reaction from “Essen stellt sich quer”, an antifascist coalition from Essen, Germany.

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#WelcomeUnited Mass Deportation Alert in #Germany: Protests Announced

German authorities have at least  3 deportation flights scheduled for the coming week. The planes will depart from Düsseldorf, Germany. Activists announced protests against the deportations. Meanwhile the Welcome United campaign started in its second week. Yesterday there was a demonstration in Bochum, while today the cops had nothing better to do as to observe the monthly Welcome To Wuppertal breakfast in a church (!!!) with several police vans and additional cops in civil clothes.

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